Laserax's LXQ fiber lasers are a perfect fit for applications that involve metals such as aluminum, lead, tin, magnesium, nickel, steel and stainless steel. Its huge field of work and focal depth are favored by industrial buyers.
This technical paper reviews the benefits of implementing laser cleaning before and after welding applications. It also provides cleaning speeds for the Laserax LXQ-HP laser systems to show that laser cleaning can be integrated in production lines without affecting the production output.
This technical paper reports the texturing speeds obtained at different power levels for typical levels of surface roughness required for metals like steel and aluminum.
In Inovaweld’s production line, more than 40,000 stainless steel barrels can be manufactured in a single year. As part of their manufacturing process, they must clean stainless steel to remove oxides from welding joints (including butt joints and lap joints). Once stainless steel is cleaned, they must make sure that it is passivated to protect it from corrosion.
This technical paper offers detailed information on the marking performance of Laserax laser systems for the aluminum industry.
It provides laser marking times at different power levels and focus tolerance values with 2D and 3D laser marking systems.
This technical paper reports the cleaning speeds obtained for typical industrial contaminants, namely rust, paint, dust, oil, and mill scale.
This white paper gives an extensive look into the development of Laserax's patent-pending shotblast resistant laser marking. For a quick overview read the application note.
Laser marking is a very promising solution to the challenges of traceability faced by many plant managers. Laserax modular laser systems are easy to integrate in automated production lines or autonomous production cells. Download Laser Marking Guide for Plant Managers and Other Non-tech Types